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      • Graduate Certificate in Tailings Management (61250)
        Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

        1.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

        (2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        Academic Conduct Essentials and Communication and Research Skills modules

        2.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module) and the Communication and Research Skills module (the CARS module).

        (2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the CARS module is not required to repeat the module.

        (3) A student must successfully complete the ACE module within the first teaching period of their enrolment. Failure to complete the module within this timeframe will result in the student's unit results from this teaching period being withheld. These results will continue to be withheld until students avail themselves of a subsequent opportunity to achieve a passing grade in the ACE module. In the event that students complete units in subsequent teaching periods without completing the ACE module, these results will similarly be withheld. Students will not be permitted to submit late review or appeal applications regarding results which have been withheld for this reason and which they were unable to access in the normally permitted review period.

        English Language competency requirements

        3.(1) To be considered eligible for consideration for admission to this course an applicant must satisfy the University's English language competence requirement as set out in the University Policy on Admission: Coursework, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        (2) Applicants can meet the English language competence requirement for this course by demonstrating the completion of at least three years full time (or equivalent) relevant documented professional experience, undertaken solely in English, considered by UWA to be sufficient.

        Admission requirements

        4.(1) To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—

        (a) a Bachelor of Engineering or Master of Professional Engineering, or a degree in a related field, as recognised by UWA;

        and

        (b) the equivalent of a UWA weighted average mark of at least 50 per cent;

        or

        (2) At least five years professional work experience in tailings engineering and management.

        Admission ranking and selection

        5. Where relevant, admission will be awarded to the highest ranked applicants or applicants selected based on the relevant requirements.

        Articulations and exit awards

        6. This course does not form part of an articulated sequence.

        Course structure

        7.(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 24 points.

        (2) Units must be selected in accordance with the course structure, as set out in these rules.

        Satisfactory progress

        8. To make satisfactory progress a student must pass units to a point value greater than half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

        9. A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the Communication and Research Skills module (the CARS module) when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in Rule 8.

        Progress status

        10.(1) A student who makes satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

        (2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances—

        (a) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the first time under Rule 8 is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation';

        (b) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the second time under Rule 8 is assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

        (c) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the third time under Rule 8 is assigned a progress status of 'Excluded'

        11. A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of Rule 9 is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation', unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet other satisfactory progress requirements in Rule 8.

        Award with distinction

        12. This rule is not applicable to this course.

        Deferrals

        13. Applicants are not normally permitted to defer admission to this course and are expected to commence their course in the offered intake only. Applicants seeking admission to an alternative intake must submit a new application for that intake.

        Additional rules
        Completion of Award

        14. This Graduate Certificate is only available to students who have successfully completed the twelve Tailings Management micro-credentials and associated assessment.

      • Master of Engineering in Oil and Gas (coursework) (62520)

        Note: This course is not available in 2022.

        Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

        1.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

        (2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        Academic Conduct Essentials and Communication and Research Skills modules

        2.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module) and the Communication and Research Skills module (the CARS module).

        (2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the CARS module is not required to repeat the module.

        (3) A student must successfully complete the ACE module within the first teaching period of their enrolment. Failure to complete the module within this timeframe will result in the student's unit results from this teaching period being withheld. These results will continue to be withheld until students avail themselves of a subsequent opportunity to achieve a passing grade in the ACE module. In the event that students complete units in subsequent teaching periods without completing the ACE module, these results will similarly be withheld. Students will not be permitted to submit late review or appeal applications regarding results which have been withheld for this reason and which they were unable to access in the normally permitted review period.

        English Language competency requirements

        3. To be considered eligible for consideration for admission to this course an applicant must satisfy the University's English language competence requirement as set out in the University Policy on Admission: Coursework.

        Admission requirements

        4. To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—

        (a) a Bachelor of Engineering, or an equivalent qualification, as recognised by UWA;

        and

        (b) the equivalent of a UWA weighted average mark of at least 50 per cent.

        Admission ranking and selection

        5. Where relevant, admission will be awarded to the highest ranked applicants or applicants selected based on the relevant requirements.

        Articulations and exit awards

        6.(1) This course has the following exit awards:

        • 60260 Graduate Certificate in Engineering (24 points)
        • 60330 Graduate Diploma in Engineering (48 points)

        (2) A student who withdraws from the Master of Engineering in Oil and Gas course before completing it, but after completing level 4 and 5 units to the value of 24 points, may apply to the School to be awarded the Graduate Certificate in Engineering.

        (3) A student who withdraws from the Master of Engineering in Oil and Gas course before completing it, but after completing level 4 and 5 units to the value of 48 points, may apply to the School to be awarded the Graduate Diploma in Engineering.

        Course structure

        7.(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 96 points (maximum value) which include conversion units to a value of 48 points.

        (2) Units must be selected in accordance with the course structure, as set out in these rules.

        (3) Students who have completed an Engineering degree in a cognate area, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty are granted credit for conversion units up to a value of 48 points.

        Satisfactory progress

        8. To make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

        9. A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the Communication and Research Skills module (the CARS module) when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in Rule 8.

        Progress status

        10.(1) A student who makes satisfactory progress in terms of Rule 8 is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

        (2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances—

        (a) a student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of Rule 8 for the first time is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation';

        (b) a student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of Rule 8 for the second time is assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

        (c) a student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of Rule 8 for the third time is assigned a progress status of 'Excluded'.

        11. A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of Rule 9 is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation', unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet other satisfactory progress requirements in Rule 8.

        Award with distinction

        12. To be awarded the degree with distinction a student must achieve a course weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 80 per cent which is calculated based on—

        (a) all units above Level 3 attempted as part of the course that are awarded a final percentage mark;

        (b) all relevant units above Level 3 undertaken in articulating courses of this University that are awarded a final percentage mark;

        and

        (c) all units above Level 3 completed at this University that are credited to the master's degree course.

        Deferrals

        13. Applicants awarded admission to the course are entitled to a deferral of up to 12 months, as per the University Policy on: Admissions (Coursework).


      • Master of Professional Engineering (61550) Only available to re-enrolling students.

        Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

        Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

        1.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

        (2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        Academic Conduct Essentials and Communication and Research Skills modules

        2.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module) and the Communication and Research Skills module (the CARS module).

        (2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the CARS module is not required to repeat the module.

        (3) A student must successfully complete the ACE module within the first teaching period of their enrolment. Failure to complete the module within this timeframe will result in the student's unit results from this teaching period being withheld. These results will continue to be withheld until students avail themselves of a subsequent opportunity to achieve a passing grade in the ACE module. In the event that students complete units in subsequent teaching periods without completing the ACE module, these results will similarly be withheld. Students will not be permitted to submit late review or appeal applications regarding results which have been withheld for this reason and which they were unable to access in the normally permitted review period.

        English Language competency requirements

        3. To be considered eligible for consideration for admission to this course an applicant must satisfy the University's English language competence requirement as set out in the University Policy on Admission: Coursework.

        Admission requirements

        4. To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—

        (a) a bachelor's degree with a major in Engineering Science, or an equivalent qualification, as recognised by UWA;

        or

        (b) a bachelor's degree, or an equivalent qualification, as recognised by UWA; and

        (i) the equivalent of a UWA weighted average mark of at least 65 per cent; and

        (ii) prior studies in engineering, physics or mathematics;

        or

        (c) completed units in the Master of Professional Engineering Preliminary course at UWA as prescribed by the Faculty.

        Admission ranking and selection

        5. Where relevant, admission will be awarded to the highest ranked applicants or applicants selected based on the relevant requirements.

        Articulations and exit awards

        6.(1) This course has the following exit awards:

        • GCertEng Graduate Certificate in Engineering (24 points)
        • GDipEng Graduate Diploma in Engineering (48 points)

        (2) A student who withdraws from the Master of Professional Engineering course before completing it, but after completing units to the value of 24 points, may apply to the School to be awarded the Graduate Certificate in Engineering.

        (3) A student who withdraws from the Master of Professional Engineering course before completing it, but after completing units to the value of 48 points, may apply to the School to be awarded the Graduate Diploma in Engineering.

        Course structure

        7.(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 96 points which must include course core units and specialisation units. The course comprises the following specialisations:

        • SP-ECHEM Chemical Engineering
        • SP-ECIVI Civil Engineering
        • SP-EELEC Electrical and Electronic Engineering
        • SP-EENVI Enviromental Engineering
        • SP-EMECH Mechanical Engineering
        • SP-EMINI Mining Engineering
        • SP-ESOFT Software Engineering

        (2) Units must be selected in accordance with the course structure, as set out in these rules.

        Satisfactory progress

        8.(1) Subject to (2), to make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

        (2) A student who fails a unit twice is not permitted to enrol again in that unit unless the Faculty approves otherwise.

        9. A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the Communication and Research Skills module (the CARS module) when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in Rule 8.

        Progress status

        10.(1) A student who makes satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

        (2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances—

        (a) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 8 for the first time is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation';

        (b) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 8 for the second time is assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

        (c) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 8 for the third time is assigned a progress status of 'Excluded'.

        11. A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of Rule 9 is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation', unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet other satisfactory progress requirements in Rule 8.

        Award with distinction

        12. To be awarded the degree with distinction a student must achieve a course weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 80 per cent which is calculated based on—

        (a) all units above Level 3 attempted as part of the course that are awarded a final percentage mark;

        (b) all relevant units above Level 3 undertaken in articulating courses of this University that are awarded a final percentage mark;

        and

        (c) all units above Level 3 completed at this University that are credited to the master's degree course.

        Deferrals

        13. Applicants awarded admission to the course are entitled to a deferral of up to 12 months, as per the University Policy on: Admissions (Coursework).


        Additional rules
        Professional practicum

        14.(1) Students are required to complete at least 12 weeks practical experience (GENG5000 Professional Practicum*), comprising at least 8 weeks in an engineering environment with up to 4 weeks in a general environment, as approved by the Faculty.

        * Students do not enrol in the professional practicum units. Upon successful completion, the appropriate unit is added to their enrolment and result released together with the results for their other enrolled units for the semester.

        (2) With the support of the Faculty, students are expected to make their own arrangements for practical experience.

        ** To facilitate their efforts, students should seek advice from members of the Faculty and register with the Careers Centre.

        (3) The Faculty may, on written application by a student and on production of satisfactory evidence, accept work completed by the student prior to acceptance into the course as fulfilling the requirements of (1).

        (4) Students must submit a report on work completed for the practical experience required under (1) or on work accepted by the Faculty under Rule 13(3) and a Certificate of Practical Work Performed.

        Substitution

        15. Where a student has completed relevant studies in a course accredited by Engineers Australia, the Faculty may permit or require a student to substitute for units specified under the course structure (except common course core units) up to a value of 24 points, units of equivalent value from the course structure (except common course core units), providing that no more than 48 points are completed at Level 4.

      • Master of Professional Engineering (62550)
        Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

        1.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

        (2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        Academic Conduct Essentials and Communication and Research Skills modules

        2.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module) and the Communication and Research Skills module (the CARS module).

        (2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the CARS module is not required to repeat the module.

        (3) A student must successfully complete the ACE module within the first teaching period of their enrolment. Failure to complete the module within this timeframe will result in the student's unit results from this teaching period being withheld. These results will continue to be withheld until students avail themselves of a subsequent opportunity to achieve a passing grade in the ACE module. In the event that students complete units in subsequent teaching periods without completing the ACE module, these results will similarly be withheld. Students will not be permitted to submit late review or appeal applications regarding results which have been withheld for this reason and which they were unable to access in the normally permitted review period.

        English Language competency requirements

        3. To be considered eligible for consideration for admission to this course an applicant must satisfy the University's English language competence requirement as set out in the University Policy on Admission: Coursework.

        Admission requirements

        4. To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—

        (a) a UWA bachelor's degree with a major in Engineering Science1 or Bachelor of Automation and Robotics; or

        (b) a bachelor's degree, or an equivalent qualification, as recognised by UWA; and

        (i) the equivalent of a UWA weighted average mark of at least 65 per cent; and

        (ii) prior studies in engineering, physics or mathematics;

        or

        (c) completed units in the Master of Professional Engineering Preliminary course at UWA as prescribed by the Faculty;

        or

        (d) completed a UWA Diploma in Science with a major in Engineering Science1

        1 Students are required to achieve a course weighted average mark of at least 50 per cent in their bachelor's degree or a weighted average mark of at least 50 per cent in the Level 3 units of the Engineering Science major.

        Admission ranking and selection

        5. Where relevant, admission will be awarded to the highest ranked applicants or applicants selected based on the relevant requirements.

        Articulations and exit awards

        6.(1) This course has the following exit awards:

        • 60260 Graduate Certificate in Engineering (24 points)
        • 60330 Graduate Diploma in Engineering (48 points)

        (2) A student who withdraws from the Master of Professional Engineering course before completing it, but after completing course core units and/or specialisation-specific units to the value of 24 points, may apply to the School to be awarded the Graduate Certificate in Engineering.

        (3) A student who withdraws from the Master of Professional Engineering course before completing it, but after completing course core units and/or specialisation-specific units to the value of 48 points, may apply to the School to be awarded the Graduate Diploma in Engineering.

        Course structure

        7.(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 144 points (maximum value) which includes conversion units to a value of 48 points, course core units and specialisation units. The course comprises the following specialisations :

        • SP-EBIOM Biomedical Engineering
        • SP-ECHEM Chemical Engineering
        • SP-ECIVI Civil Engineering
        • SP-EELEC Electrical and Electronic Engineering
        • SP-EENVI Environmental Engineering
        • SP-EMECH Mechanical Engineering
        • SP-EMINI Mining Engineering
        • SP-ESOFT Software Engineering

        (2) Units must be selected in accordance with the course structure, as set out in these rules.

        (3) Students who have completed a major in Engineering Science from this University, or equivalent as recognised by the Faculty are granted credit for conversion units up to a value of 48 points.

        Satisfactory progress

        8. To make satisfactory progress a student must pass units to a point value greater than half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

        9. A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the Communication and Research Skills module (the CARS module) when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in Rule 8.

        Progress status

        10.(1) Students who make satisfactory progress are assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

        (2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances—

        (a) students who do not make satisfactory progress under Rule 8 for the first time are assigned a progress status of 'On Probation';

        (b) students who do not make satisfactory progress under Rule 8 for the second time are assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

        (c) students who do not make satisfactory progress under Rule 8 for the third time are assigned a progress status of 'Excluded'.

        11. A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of Rule 9 is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation', unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet other satisfactory progress requirements in Rule 8.

        Award with distinction

        12. To be awarded the degree with distinction a student must achieve a course weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 80 per cent which is calculated based on—

        (a) all units above Level 3 attempted as part of the course that are awarded a final percentage mark;

        (b) all relevant units above Level 3 undertaken in articulating courses of this University that are awarded a final percentage mark;

        and

        (c) all units above Level 3 completed at this University that are credited to the master's degree course.

        Deferrals

        13. Applicants awarded admission to the course are entitled to a deferral of up to 12 months, as per the University Policy on: Admissions (Coursework).


        Additional rules
        Professional practicum

        14.(1) Students are required to complete at least 450 hours of suitable practical experience as approved by the Faculty.

        (2) With the support of the Faculty, students are expected to make their own arrangements for practical experience.

        (3) The Faculty may, on written application by a student and on production of satisfactory evidence, accept work completed by the student prior to acceptance into the course as fulfilling the requirements of (1).

        (4) Students must submit an online portfolio (GENG5010 Professional Engineering Portfolio2) at the end of their final semester of study in the Master of Professional Engineering. The portfolio must refer to the practicum work completed under (1) and/or (3) above and demonstrate the student's attainment of the sixteen elements of competency outlined in the Engineers Australia Stage 1 Competency Standard for Professional Engineer. Students may also refer to coursework activities in their portfolio. Certificates of Work Performed and other evidence must be included.

        2 Students enrol in GENG5010 Professional Engineering Portfolio in their final semester of study. They may, however, contribute material to their portfolio at any time during their studies.

        Substitution

        15. Where a student has completed relevant studies in a course accredited by Engineers Australia, the Faculty may permit or require a student to substitute for specialisation specific units other units available within the course up to a value of 24 points, provided that no more than 48 points are completed at Level 4.

        Admissions/enrolment-related rules

        16. Students who have not completed WACE Mathematics: Specialist 3C/3D, Physics 3A/3B, or equivalent are required to take additional preparatory units, and may not be able to complete in a full-time enrolment.

      • Master of Professional Engineering Preliminary (coursework) (60450) Only available to re-enrolling students.

        Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

        Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

        1.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

        (2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        Academic Conduct Essentials and Communication and Research Skills modules

        2.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module) and the Communication and Research Skills module (the CARS module).

        (2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the CARS module is not required to repeat the module.

        (3) A student must successfully complete the ACE module within the first teaching period of their enrolment. Failure to complete the module within this timeframe will result in the student's unit results from this teaching period being withheld. These results will continue to be withheld until students avail themselves of a subsequent opportunity to achieve a passing grade in the ACE module. In the event that students complete units in subsequent teaching periods without completing the ACE module, these results will similarly be withheld. Students will not be permitted to submit late review or appeal applications regarding results which have been withheld for this reason and which they were unable to access in the normally permitted review period.

        English Language competency requirements

        3. To be considered eligible for consideration for admission to this course an applicant must satisfy the University's English language competence requirement as set out in the University Policy on Admission: Coursework.

        Admission requirements

        4. To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—

        (a) a bachelor's degree, or an equivalent qualification, as recognised by UWA;

        and

        (b) the equivalent of a UWA weighted average mark of at least 65 per cent;

        and

        (c) completed Mathematics Methods ATAR, or equivalent, as recognised by UWA.

        Admission ranking and selection

        5. Where relevant, admission will be awarded to the highest ranked applicants or applicants selected based on the relevant requirements.

        Articulations and exit awards

        6.(1) This course has the following exit awards:

        • 60260 Graduate Certificate in Engineering (24 points)
        • 60330 Graduate Diploma in Engineering (48 points)

        (2) A student who withdraws from the Master of Professional Engineering Preliminary course before completing it, but after completing level 4 and level 5 units to the value of 24 points,, may apply to the School to be awarded the Graduate Certificate in Engineering.

        (3) A student who withdraws from the Master of Professional Engineering Preliminary course before completing it, but after completing level 4 and level 5 units to the value of 48 points,, may apply to the School to be awarded the Graduate Diploma in Engineering.

        Course structure

        7.(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 72 points.

        (2) Units must be selected in accordance with the course structure, as set out in these rules.

        Satisfactory progress

        8.(1) Subject to (2), to make satisfactory progress in a calendar year a student must pass units to a value of at least half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

        (2) A student who fails a unit twice is not permitted to enrol again in that unit unless the relevant board approves otherwise.

        9. A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the Communication and Research Skills module (the CARS module) when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in Rule 8.

        Progress status

        10.(1) A student who makes satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

        (2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances—

        (a) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 8 for the first time is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation';

        (b) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 8 for the second time is assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

        (c) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 8 for the third time is assigned a progress status of 'Excluded'.

        11. A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of Rule 9 is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation', unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet other satisfactory progress requirements in Rule 8.

        Award with distinction

        12. This rule is not applicable to this course.

        Deferrals

        13. Applicants awarded admission to the course are entitled to a deferral of up to 12 months, as per the University Policy on: Admissions (Coursework).


        Additional rules
        Exemption

        14. The Faculty may grant exemption for units completed at an equivalent level as part of the course for another degree or diploma of this University or of another recognised institution.

        [Approved addition to University Policy]

        Admissions/enrolment-related rules

        15. Students who have not completed WACE Mathematics: Specialist 3C/3D, Physics 3A/3B and Chemistry 3A/3B, or equivalent, are required to take additional preparatory units, and may not be able to complete in a full-time enrolment.

      • Master of Renewable and Future Energy (coursework) (62560)
        Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

        1.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

        (2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        Academic Conduct Essentials and Communication and Research Skills modules

        2.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in this course for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module).

        (2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module is not required to repeat the module.

        English Language competency requirements

        3. To be considered eligible for consideration for admission to this course an applicant must satisfy the University's English language competence requirement as set out in the University Policy on Admission: Coursework.

        Admission requirements

        4. To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—

        (a) a UWA Master of Professional Engineering or a Bachelor of Engineering, or an equivalent qualification, as recognised by UWA;

        and

        (b) the equivalent of a UWA weighted average mark of at least 50 per cent;

        and

        (c) successfully completed prior tertiary study in electrical and electronic engineering, chemical engineering, or mechanical engineering, or in a related cognate discipline as recognised by UWA.

        Admission ranking and selection

        5. Where relevant, admission will be awarded to the highest ranked applicants or applicants selected based on the relevant requirements.

        Articulations and exit awards

        6.(1) This course has the following exit awards:

        • 62260 Graduate Certificate in Renewable and Future Energy (24 points)
        • 62360 Graduate Diploma in Renewable and Future Energy (48 points)

        (2) A student who withdraws from the Master of Renewable and Future Energy course before completing it, but after completing Level 4 and Level 5 core units to the value of 24 points, may apply to the School to be awarded the Graduate Certificate in Renewable and Future Energy.

        (3) A student who withdraws from the Master of Renewable and Future Energy course before completing it, but after completing Level 4 and Level 5 core units to the value of 48 points, may apply to the School to be awarded the Graduate Diploma in Renewable and Future Energy.

        Course structure

        7.(1) The course consists of units to a total value of 96 points (maximum value) which include conversion units to a value of 24 points.

        (2) Units must be selected in accordance with the course structure, as set out in these rules.

        (3) Students who have completed a relevant engineering degree, or an equivalent qualification as recognised by the Faculty. are granted credit for conversion units up to a value of 24 points.

        Satisfactory progress

        8. To make satisfactory progress a student must pass units to a point value greater than half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

        9. A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the Communication and Research Skills module (the CARS module) when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress even if they have met the other requirements for satisfactory progress in Rule 8.

        Progress status

        10.(1) A student who make satisfactory progress under Rule 8 is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

        (2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances—

        (a) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 8 for the first time is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation';

        (b) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 8 for the second time is assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

        (c) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 8 for the third time is assigned a progress status of 'Excluded'.

        11. A student who does not make satisfactory progress in terms of Rule 9 is assigned the progress status of 'On Probation', unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to meet other satisfactory progress requirements in Rule 8.

        Award with distinction

        12. To be awarded the degree with distinction a student must achieve a course weighted average mark (WAM) of at least 80 per cent which is calculated based on—

        (a) all units above Level 3 attempted as part of the course that are awarded a final percentage mark;

        (b) all relevant units above Level 3 undertaken in articulating courses of this University that are awarded a final percentage mark;

        and

        (c) all units above Level 3 completed at this University that are credited to the master's degree course.

        Deferrals

        13. Applicants awarded admission to the course are entitled to a deferral of up to 12 months, as per the University Policy on: Admissions (Coursework).


      • Doctor of Engineering (60910)

        Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

        The University Policy on: Higher Doctorates applies to the Doctor of Engineering.

      • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/ Bachelor of Commerce (CB006)
        Title

        1. These rules are the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/ Bachelor of Commerce Degree Combined Course Rules.

        Terms Used

        2. The Glossary provides an explanation of the terms used in these rules.

        Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

        3.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

        (2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        Academic Conduct Essentials module

        4.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in an undergraduate degree course of the University for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module), Communication and Research Skills (the CARS module) and Indigenous Studies Essentials (the ISE module) in the teaching period in which they are first enrolled.

        (2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the CARS module or the ISE module is not required to repeat the relevant module.

        English Language competency requirements

        5. To be considered eligible for consideration for admission to this course an applicant must satisfy the University's English language competence requirement as set out in the University Policy on Admission: Coursework.

        Admission requirements

        6.(1) To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—
        (a) achieved an ATAR of at least 88, or equivalent as recognised by UWA; and meet the additional requirements stated at (2) below

        or

        (b) a direct pathway offer;

        or

        (c) a place in a relevant UWA access program.

        (2) Student must have a scaled mark of at least 50% in ATAR Math Methods or equivalent, and a scaled mark of at least 50% in at least one of ATAR Math Specialist or ATAR Physics or ATAR Chemistry or equivalent.

        (3) Students who have not completed all four recommended ATAR subjects as set out in (2) above will need to undertake extra units in their first year of study which may require them to undertake additional units of study in order to meet course requirements.

        (4) Students who do not meet these entry requirements may apply for admission to the Bachelor of Commerce and subsequently apply to transfer into this course subject to meeting the Course Transfer requirements set out in the rules.

        Admission ranking and selection

        7. Where relevant, admission will be awarded to the highest ranked applicants or applicants selected based on the relevant requirements.

        Transfer Requirements

        8.(1) A student enrolled in an undergraduate degree course at UWA may apply to transfer into this combined degree course if they satisfy the following conditions:

        (a) the student has not commenced their final semester of enrolment in their current course;

        and

        (b) the course transfer is undertaken within the two transfer windows in each academic year;

        and

        (c) there are no quotas preventing the student from enrolling in a major or unit in which the student seeks to enrol; and

        (2) the student has completed a minimum of 24 points of study in their current course and achieved a WAM of at least 60

        and

        (3) the student has achieved a mark of at least 50% in ATAR Math Methods or MATH1721 Mathematics Foundations: Methods; and a mark of at least 50% in at least one of: ATAR Math Specialist or MATH1722 Mathematics Foundations: Specialist; or ATAR Physics or PHYS1030 Physics Bridging Unit; or ATAR Chemistry or CHEM1003 Introductory Chemistry; or equivalent or higher.

        Course structure
        9.(1) The Combined Bachelor's degrees consists of 240 credit points (normally 40 units), comprising:

        (a) no more than 96 credit points (normally 16 units) at Level 1; and

        (b) at least 96 credit points (normally 16 units) completed at Level 2 and Level 3, including at least 36 credit points (normally 6 units) at Level 3; and

        (c) a degree-specific major for the BH011 - Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) chosen from the list below:

        (1) MJD-EAUTO Automation and Robotics Engineering

        (2) MJD-EBMEG Biomedical Engineering

        (3) MJD-ECHEM Chemical Engineering

        (4) MJD-ECIVL Civil Engineering

        (5) MJD-EELEC Electrical and Electronic Engineering

        (6) MJD-EENVE Environmental Engineering

        (7) MJD-EMECH Mechanical Engineering

        (8) MJD-EMINE Mining Engineering

        (9) MJD-ESOFT Software Engineering

        (d) a degree-specific major for the BP002 - Bachelor of Commerce chosen from the list below:

        (1) MJD-ACCTG Accounting

        (2) MJD-BSLAW Business Law

        (3) MJD-ECNSM Economics

        (4) MJD-FINCE Finance

        (5) MJD-MGMNT Management

        (6) MJD-HRSMT Human Resource Management

        (7) MJD-MRKTG Marketing

        (8) MJD-BUSAN Business Analytics

        and

        (e) any relevant foundation units.

        and

        (2) Students may choose to undertake an additional major and/or up to two minors from any undergraduate degree, provided the student will be able to complete all nominated majors and minors within 240 credit points.

        .

        (3) Students may complete up to an additional 24 points in this course for the purpose of:

        (a) Completing the requirements of a degree specific major;

        (b) Meeting professional membership or accreditation requirements;

        and/or

        (c) Bridging up to two of the recommended ATAR subjects, not including ATAR Mathematics Methods.

        Exit awards

        10.(1) This course has the following exit awards:


        BH011 - Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
        BP002 - Bachelor of Commerce

        (2)(a) A student who withdraws from the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/ Bachelor of Commerce before completing it, but after completing a minimum of 192 credit points of study, including one of the following majors, may apply to the School to be awarded the BH011 - Bachelor of Engineering (Honours).


        (1) MJD-EAUTO Automation and Robotics Engineering
        (2) MJD-EBMEG Biomedical Engineering
        (3) MJD-ECHEM Chemical Engineering
        (4) MJD-ECIVL Civil Engineering
        (5) MJD-EELEC Electrical and Electronic Engineering
        (6) MJD-EENVE Environmental Engineering
        (7) MJD-EMECH Mechanical Engineering
        (8) MJD-EMINE Mining Engineering
        (9) MJD-ESOFT Software Engineering

        (b) A student who withdraws from the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/ Bachelor of Commerce before completing it, but after completing a minimum of 144 credit points of study, including one of the following majors, may apply to the School to be awarded the BP002 - Bachelor of Commerce.


        (1) MJD-ACCTG Accounting
        (2) MJD-BSLAW Business Law
        (3) MJD-ECNSM Economics
        (4) MJD-FINCE Finance
        (5) MJD-MGMNT Management
        (6) MJD-HRSMT Human Resource Management
        (7) MJD-MRKTG Marketing
        (8) MJD-BUSAN Business Analytics
        Satisfactory progress

        11.(1) To make satisfactory progress a student must pass units to a point value greater than half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

        (2) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the CARS module or the ISE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress.

        (3) A student who fails a unit twice is not permitted to enrol again in that unit unless the relevant board approves otherwise.

        (4) A student who does not maintain a minimum WAM of 50 in the BE(Hons) component of this course will not have made satisfactory progress.

        Progress status

        12.(1) A student who makes satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

        (2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances —

        (a) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the first time under Rule 11(1) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation';

        (b) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the second time under Rule 11(1) is assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

        (c) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the third time under Rule 11(1) is assigned a progress status of 'Excluded';

        (d) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 11(2) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to make satisfactory progress under Rule 11(1).

        (3) A student who has completed a minimum of 72 points in the BE(Hons) component of this course but who has not achieved a WAM of at least 50 in the engineering foundation and major units will be required to exit from the BE(Hons) component of this course.

        Deferrals

        13. Applicants awarded admission to the course are entitled to a deferral of up to 12 months, as per the University Policy on: Admissions (Coursework).


        Additional rules
        Professional practicum

        14.(1) Students are required to complete at least 450 hours of suitable practical experience as approved by the School.

        (2) With the support of the School, students are expected to make their own arrangements for practical experience.

        (3) The School may, on written application by a student and on production of satisfactory evidence, accept work completed by the student prior to acceptance into the course as fulfilling the requirements of (1).

        (4) Students must submit an online portfolio (GENG5010 Professional Engineering Portfolio) at the end of their final semester of study in the Bachelor of Engineering. The portfolio must refer to the practicum work completed under (1) and/or (3) above and demonstrate the student's attainment of the sixteen elements of competency outlined in the Engineers Australia Stage 1 Competency Standard for Professional Engineer. Students may also refer to coursework activities in their portfolio. Certificates of Work Performed and other evidence must be included.

        (5) Students normally enrol in GENG5010 Professional Engineering Portfolio in their final semester of study. They may, however, contribute material to their portfolio at any time during their studies.

      • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (BH011)
        Title

        1. These rules are the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Honours) Course Rules.

        Terms Used

        2. The Glossary provides an explanation of the terms used in these rules.

        Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

        3.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

        (2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        Academic Conduct Essentials module

        4.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in an undergraduate degree course of the University for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module), Communication and Research Skills (the CARS module) and Indigenous Studies Essentials (the ISE module) in the teaching period in which they are first enrolled.

        (2) A student must successfully complete the ACE module within the first teaching period of their enrolment. Failure to complete the module within this timeframe will result in the student's unit results from this teaching period being withheld. These results will continue to be withheld until students avail themselves of a subsequent opportunity to achieve a passing grade in the ACE module. In the event that students complete units in subsequent teaching periods without completing the ACE module, these results will similarly be withheld. Students will not be permitted to submit late review or appeal applications regarding results which have been withheld for this reason and which they were unable to access in the normally permitted review period.

        (3) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the ACE module, the CARS module or the ISE module is not required to repeat the relevant module.

        English Language competency requirements

        5. To be considered eligible for consideration for admission to this course an applicant must satisfy the University's English language competence requirement as set out in the University Policy on Admission: Coursework.

        Admission requirements

        6.(1) To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—
        (a) achieved an ATAR of at least 80, or equivalent as recognised by UWA; and meet the additional requirements stated at (2) below

        or

        (b) a direct pathway offer;

        or

        (c) a place in a relevant UWA access program.

        and

        (2) A scaled mark of at least 50% in ATAR Math Methods or equivalent, and a scaled mark of at least 50% in at least one of ATAR Math Specialist or ATAR Physics or ATAR Chemistry or equivalent.

        (3) Students who have not completed all four recommended ATAR subjects as set out in (2) above will need to undertake extra units in their first year of study which may require them to undertake additional units of study in order to meet course requirements.

        (4) Students who do not meet these entry requirements may apply for admission to the Bachelor of Science and subsequently apply to transfer into this course subject to meeting the Course Transfer requirements set out in the rules.

        Admission ranking and selection

        7. Where relevant, admission will be awarded to the highest ranked applicants or applicants selected based on the relevant requirements.

        Transfer Requirements

        8.(1) A student enrolled in an undergraduate degree course at UWA may apply to transfer into this course if they satisfy the following conditions:

        (a) the student has not commenced their final semester of enrolment;

        and

        (b) the course transfer is undertaken within the specified transfer windows in each academic year;

        and

        (c) there are no quotas preventing the student from enrolling in a major or unit in which the student seeks to enrol; and

        (2) the student has completed a minimum of 24 points of study in their current course and achieved a WAM of at least 50

        and

        (3) the student has achieved a mark of at least 50% in ATAR Math Methods or MATH1721 Mathematics Foundations: Methods; and a mark of at least 50% in at least one of: ATAR Math Specialist or MATH1722 Mathematics Foundations: Specialist; or ATAR Physics or PHYS1030 Physics Bridging Unit; or ATAR Chemistry or CHEM1003 Introductory Chemistry; or equivalent or higher.

        Course structure

        9.(1) An integrated Honours Degree Course consists of 192 credit points (normally 32 units), comprising:

        (a) 144 credit points (normally 24 units) of an undergraduate component, including:

        (i) no more than 72 credit points (normally 12 units) at Level 1; and

        (ii) at least 72 credit points (normally 12 units) at Level 2 and Level 3, including at least 18 credit points (normally 3 units) at Level 3; and

        (iii) at least 24 credit points (normally 4 units) outside the student's degree-specific major to provide breadth of study; and

        (iv) a degree-specific major chosen from the list below:

        (1) MJD-EAUTO Automation and Robotics Engineering

        (2) MJD-EBMEG Biomedical Engineering

        (3) MJD-ECHEM Chemical Engineering

        (4) MJD-ECIVL Civil Engineering

        (5) MJD-EELEC Electrical and Electronic Engineering

        (6) MJD-EENVE Environmental Engineering

        (7) MJD-EMECH Mechanical Engineering

        (8) MJD-EMINE Mining Engineering

        (9) MJD-ESOFT Software Engineering

        and

        (v) any relevant foundation units.

        and

        (b) 48 credit points (normally 8 units) of an Honours component, including:

        (i) at least 36 credit points (normally 6 units) at Level 4 and Level 5; and

        (ii) at least 12 credit points (normally 2 units) of Dissertation or equivalent units at Level 4 and/or Level 5; and

        (iii) at least 12 credit points (normally 2 units) of the 48 credit points are undertaken at Level 4.

        (2) Students may choose to undertake an additional major and/or a minor from any undergraduate degree, provided the student will be able to complete all nominated majors and minors within 192 credit points.

        (3) Students in this course may use up to 12 points of electives to bridge recommended ATAR subjects, not including ATAR Mathematics Methods.

        (4) Students may complete up to an additional 24 points in this course for the purpose of:

        (a) Meeting broadening requirements;

        and/or

        (b) Bridging up to two of the recommended ATAR subjects, not including ATAR Mathematics Methods.

        Satisfactory progress

        10.(1) To make satisfactory progress a student must pass units to a point value greater than half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

        (2) This rule is intentionally blank.

        (3) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) in any one or more of the CARS module or the ISE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress.

        (4) A student who fails a unit twice is not permitted to enrol again in that unit unless the relevant board approves otherwise.

        (5) A student who does not maintain a minimum WAM of 50 in the engineering foundation and major units will not have made satisfactory progress.

        Progress status

        11.(1) A student who makes satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

        (2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances —

        (a) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the first time under Rule 10(1) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation';

        (b) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the second time under Rule 10(1) is assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

        (c) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the third time under Rule 10(1) is assigned a progress status of 'Excluded';

        (d) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under rule 10(2) is assigned a progress status of ‘Excluded';

        (e) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 10(3) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to make satisfactory progress under Rule 10(1).

        (3) A student who has completed a minimum of 144 points in this course including four Level 3 engineering units but who has not achieved a WAM of at least 50 in the engineering foundation and major units will be required to exit from this course with a Bachelor of Science (Engineering Science).

        Deferrals

        12. Applicants awarded admission to the course are entitled to a deferral of up to 12 months, as per the University Policy on: Admissions (Coursework).


        Final honours classification

        13. The final honours classification is awarded in accordance with the University Policy on: Assessment.

        Additional rules
        Professional practicum

        14.(1) Students are required to complete at least 450 hours of suitable practical experience as approved by the School.

        (2) With the support of the School, students are expected to make their own arrangements for practical experience.

        (3) The School may, on written application by a student and on production of satisfactory evidence, accept work completed by the student prior to acceptance into the course as fulfilling the requirements of (1).

        (4) Students must submit an online portfolio (GENG5010 Professional Engineering Portfolio) at the end of their final semester of study in the Bachelor of Engineering. The portfolio must refer to the practicum work completed under (1) and/or (3) above and demonstrate the student's attainment of the sixteen elements of competency outlined in the Engineers Australia Stage 1 Competency Standard for Professional Engineer. Students may also refer to coursework activities in their portfolio. Certificates of Work Performed and other evidence must be included.

        (5) Students normally enrol in GENG5010 Professional Engineering Portfolio in their final semester of study. They may, however, contribute material to their portfolio at any time during their studies.

      • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/ Bachelor of Science (CB004)
        Title

        1. These rules are the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/ Bachelor of Science Degree Combined Course Rules.

        Terms Used

        2. The Glossary provides an explanation of the terms used in these rules.

        Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

        3.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

        (2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        Academic Conduct Essentials module

        4.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in an undergraduate degree course of the University for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module), Communication and Research Skills (the CARS module) and Indigenous Studies Essentials (the ISE module) in the teaching period in which they are first enrolled.

        (2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the CARS module or the ISE module is not required to repeat the relevant module.

        English Language competency requirements

        5. To be considered eligible for consideration for admission to this course an applicant must satisfy the University's English language competence requirement as set out in the University Policy on Admission: Coursework.

        Admission requirements

        6.(1) To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—
        (a) achieved an ATAR of at least 88, or equivalent as recognised by UWA; and meet the additional requirements stated at (2) below

        or

        (b) a direct pathway offer;

        or

        (c) a place in a relevant UWA access program.

        (2) A scaled mark of at least 50% in ATAR Math Methods or equivalent, and a scaled mark of at least 50% in at least one of ATAR Math Specialist or ATAR Physics or ATAR Chemistry or equivalent.

        (3) Students who have not completed all four recommended ATAR subjects as set out in (2) above will need to undertake extra units in their first year of study which may require them to undertake additional units of study in order to meet course requirements.

        (4) Students who do not meet these entry requirements may apply for admission to the Bachelor of Science and subsequently apply to transfer into this course subject to meeting the Course Transfer requirements set out in the rules.

        Admission ranking and selection

        7. Where relevant, admission will be awarded to the highest ranked applicants or applicants selected based on the relevant requirements.

        Transfer Requirements

        8.(1) A student enrolled in an undergraduate degree course at UWA may apply to transfer into this combined degree course if they satisfy the following conditions:

        (a) the student has not commenced their final semester of enrolment in their current course;

        and

        (b) the course transfer is undertaken within the two transfer windows in each academic year;

        and

        (c) there are no quotas preventing the student from enrolling in a major or unit in which the student seeks to enrol; and

        (2) the student has completed a minimum of 24 points of study in their current course and achieved a WAM of at least 60

        and

        (3) the student has achieved a mark of at least 50% in ATAR Math Methods or MATH1721 Mathematics Foundations: Methods; and a mark of at least 50% in at least one of: ATAR Math Specialist or MATH1722 Mathematics Foundations: Specialist; or ATAR Physics or PHYS1030 Physics Bridging Unit; or ATAR Chemistry or CHEM1003 Introductory Chemistry; or equivalent or higher.

        Course structure
        9.(1) The Combined Bachelor's degrees consists of 240 credit points (normally 40 units), comprising:

        (a) no more than 96 credit points (normally 16 units) at Level 1; and

        (b) at least 96 credit points (normally 16 units) completed at Level 2 and Level 3, including at least 36 credit points (normally 6 units) at Level 3; and

        (c) a degree-specific major for the BH011 - Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) chosen from the list below:

        (1) MJD-EAUTO Automation and Robotics Engineering

        (2) MJD-EBMEG Biomedical Engineering

        (3) MJD-ECHEM Chemical Engineering

        (4) MJD-ECIVL Civil Engineering

        (5) MJD-EELEC Electrical and Electronic Engineering

        (6) MJD-EENVE Environmental Engineering

        (7) MJD-EMECH Mechanical Engineering

        (8) MJD-EMINE Mining Engineering

        (9) MJD-ESOFT Software Engineering

        (d) a degree-specific major for the BP004 - Bachelor of Science chosen from the list below:

        (1) MJD-ENVSC Environmental Science

        (2) MJD-MTHST Mathematics and Statistics

        (3) MJD-PHYSC Physics

        (4) MJD-CMPSC Computer Science

        (5) MJD-DATSC Data Science

        (6) MJD-CYBER Cybersecurity

        (7) MJD-AGBUS Agribusiness

        (8) MJD-AGSCI Agricultural Science

        (9) MJD-AGTEC Agricultural Technology

        (10) MJD-ANHBY Anatomy and Human Biology

        (11) MJD-BOTNY Botany

        (12) MJD-CONBI Conservation Biology

        (13) MJD-ENVMT Environmental Management

        (14) MJD-EXHSC Exercise and Health

        (15) MJD-GENET Genetics

        (16) MJD-GGRPY Geographical Sciences

        (17) MJD-GEOGY Geology

        (18) MJD-MARCP Marine and Coastal Processes

        (19) MJD-MBIOL Marine Biology

        (20) MJD-MCBIM Microbiology and Immunology

        (21) MJD-NEURS Neuroscience

        (22) MJD-PHYGY Physiology

        (23) MJD-PSYCH Psychological and Behavioural Sciences

        (24) MJD-SPTSC Sport Science

        (25) MJD-ZOOLY Zoology

        (26) MJD-CHMPH Chemistry - Physical and Analytical

        (27) MJD-CHMSY Chemistry – Synthetic

        and

        (e) any relevant foundation units.

        and

        (2) Students may choose to undertake up to two minors, provided the student will be able to complete all nominated majors and minors within 240 credit points.

        and

        (3) Students enrolled in the Software Engineering major are not permitted to enrol in the Computer Science or Cybersecurity majors.

        (4) Students may complete up to an additional 24 points in this course for the purpose of:

        (a) Completing the requirements of a degree specific major;

        (b) Meeting professional membership or accreditation requirements;

        and/or

        (c) Bridging up to two of the recommended ATAR subjects, not including ATAR Mathematics Methods.

        Exit awards

        10.(1) This course has the following exit awards:


        BH011 - Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
        BP004 - Bachelor of Science

        (2)(a) A student who withdraws from the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/ Bachelor of Science before completing it, but after completing a minimum of 192 credit points of study, including one of the following majors, may apply to the School to be awarded the BH011 - Bachelor of Engineering (Honours).


        (1) MJD-EAUTO Automation and Robotics Engineering
        (2) MJD-EBMEG Biomedical Engineering
        (3) MJD-ECHEM Chemical Engineering
        (4) MJD-ECIVL Civil Engineering
        (5) MJD-EELEC Electrical and Electronic Engineering
        (6) MJD-EENVE Environmental Engineering
        (7) MJD-EMECH Mechanical Engineering
        (8) MJD-EMINE Mining Engineering
        (9) MJD-ESOFT Software Engineering

        (b) A student who withdraws from the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/ Bachelor of Science before completing it, but after completing a minimum of 144 credit points of study, including one of the following majors, may apply to the School to be awarded the BP004 - Bachelor of Science.


        (1) MJD-ENVSC Environmental Science
        (2) MJD-MTHST Mathematics and Statistics
        (3) MJD-PHYSC Physics
        (4) MJD-CMPSC Computer Science
        (5) MJD-DATSC Data Science
        (6) MJD-CYBER Cybersecurity
        (7) MJD-AGBUS Agribusiness
        (8) MJD-AGSCI Agricultural Science
        (9) MJD-AGTEC Agricultural Technology
        (10) MJD-ANHBY Anatomy and Human Biology
        (11) MJD-BOTNY Botany
        (12) MJD-CONBI Conservation Biology
        (13) MJD-ENVMT Environmental Management
        (14) MJD-EXHSC Exercise and Health
        (15) MJD-GENET Genetics
        (16) MJD-GGRPY Geographical Sciences
        (17) MJD-GEOGY Geology
        (18) MJD-MARCP Marine and Coastal Processes
        (19) MJD-MBIOL Marine Biology
        (20) MJD-MCBIM Microbiology and Immunology
        (21) MJD-NEURS Neuroscience
        (22) MJD-PHYGY Physiology
        (23) MJD-PSYCH Psychological and Behavioural Sciences
        (24) MJD-SPTSC Sport Science
        (25) MJD-ZOOLY Zoology
        (26) MJD-CHMPH Chemistry - Physical and Analytical
        (27) MJD-CHMSY Chemistry – Synthetic
        Satisfactory progress

        11.(1) To make satisfactory progress a student must pass units to a point value greater than half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

        (2) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the CARS module or the ISE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress.

        (3) A student who fails a unit twice is not permitted to enrol again in that unit unless the relevant board approves otherwise.

        (4) A student who does not maintain a minimum WAM of 50 in the BE(Hons) component of this course will not have made satisfactory progress.

        Progress status

        12.(1) A student who makes satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

        (2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances —

        (a) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the first time under Rule 11(1) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation';

        (b) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the second time under Rule 11(1) is assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

        (c) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the third time under Rule 11(1) is assigned a progress status of 'Excluded';

        (d) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 11(2) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to make satisfactory progress under Rule 11(1).

        (3) A student who has completed a minimum of 72 points in the BE(Hons) component of this course but who has not achieved a WAM of at least 50 in the engineering foundation and major units will be required to exit from the BE(Hons) component of this course.

        Deferrals

        13. Applicants awarded admission to the course are entitled to a deferral of up to 12 months, as per the University Policy on: Admissions (Coursework).


        Additional rules
        Professional practicum

        14.(1) Students are required to complete at least 450 hours of suitable practical experience as approved by the School.

        (2) With the support of the School, students are expected to make their own arrangements for practical experience.

        (3) The School may, on written application by a student and on production of satisfactory evidence, accept work completed by the student prior to acceptance into the course as fulfilling the requirements of (1).

        (4) Students must submit an online portfolio (GENG5010 Professional Engineering Portfolio) at the end of their final semester of study in the Bachelor of Engineering. The portfolio must refer to the practicum work completed under (1) and/or (3) above and demonstrate the student's attainment of the sixteen elements of competency outlined in the Engineers Australia Stage 1 Competency Standard for Professional Engineer. Students may also refer to coursework activities in their portfolio. Certificates of Work Performed and other evidence must be included.

        (5) Students normally enrol in GENG5010 Professional Engineering Portfolio in their final semester of study. They may, however, contribute material to their portfolio at any time during their studies.

      • Bachelor of Automation and Robotics (BP007) Only available to re-enrolling students.

        Note: This course is only available to re-enrolling students.

        Title

        1. These rules are the Bachelor of Automation and Robotics (Specialised) degree Course Rules.

        Terms Used

        2. The Glossary provides an explanation of the terms used in these rules.

        Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

        3.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

        (2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        Academic Conduct Essentials, Communication and Research Skills And Indigenous Studies Essentials module

        4.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in an undergraduate degree course of the University for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module), Communication and Research Skills (the CARS module) and Indigenous Studies Essentials (the ISE module) in the teaching period in which they are first enrolled.

        (2) A student must successfully complete the ACE module within the first teaching period of their enrolment. Failure to complete the module within this timeframe will result in the student's unit results from this teaching period being withheld. These results will continue to be withheld until students avail themselves of a subsequent opportunity to achieve a passing grade in the ACE module. In the event that students complete units in subsequent teaching periods without completing the ACE module, these results will similarly be withheld. Students will not be permitted to submit late review or appeal applications regarding results which have been withheld for this reason and which they were unable to access in the normally permitted review period.

        (3) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the CARS module or the ISE module is not required to repeat the relevant module.

        English Language competency requirements

        5. To be considered eligible for consideration for admission to this course an applicant must satisfy the University's English language competence requirement as set out in the University Policy on Admission: Coursework.

        Admission requirements

        6.(1) To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—
        (a) achieved an ATAR of at least 88, or equivalent as recognised by UWA; and meet the additional requirements stated at (2) below

        or

        (b) a direct pathway offer;

        or

        (c) a place in a relevant UWA access program.

        meet the additional requirements stated at (4) below

        or

        (2) a direct pathway offer;

        or

        (3) a place in a relevant UWA access program.

        (4) A scaled mark of at least 50% in ATAR Mathematics Methods and two of: ATAR Mathematics Specialist, ATAR Chemistry and ATAR Physics or equivalent**.

        ** All four subjects are recommended. Students who do not have all four subjects will need to pick up a bridging unit in their first year.

        Admission ranking and selection

        7. Where relevant, admission will be awarded to the highest ranked applicants or applicants selected based on the relevant requirements.

        Transfer Requirements

        8.(1) A student enrolled in an undergraduate degree course at UWA may apply to transfer into this course if they satisfy the following conditions:

        (a) the student has not commenced their final semester of enrolment;

        and

        (b) the course transfer is undertaken within the two transfer windows in each academic year;

        and

        (c) there are no quotas preventing the student from enrolling in a major or unit in which the student seeks to enrol; and

        (2) (a) have completed a minimum of 24 points of study in their current course and achieved a WAM of at least 65; and

        (b) have met any subject prerequisites for their intended majors; and

        (3) the student has successfully completed ATAR Mathematics Specialist, ATAR Mathematics Methods, ATAR Chemistry, and ATAR Physics, or equivalent as recognised by UWA;

        and

        (b) at least three units from the Automation and Robotics major;

        and

        (c) achieved a minimum WAM of 70 in all units contributing to the Automation and Robotics major.

        Course structure

        9.(1) The Undergraduate Bachelor's degree consists of:

        (a) 144 credit points (normally 24 units), which will include:

        (i) a degree-specific major chosen from the list below:

        MJD-ATRDM Automation and Robotics

        and

        (ii) no more than 72 credit points (normally 12 units) of Level 1 units; and

        (iii) at least 72 credit points (normally 12 units) of Level 2 or Level 3 units, including at least 36 credit points (normaly 6 units) of Level 3 units; and

        (iv) any relevant foundation units.

        and

        (2) Students may choose to undertake an additional major and/or up to two minors from any undergraduate degree, provided the student will be able to complete all nominated majors and minors within 144 credit points.

        Satisfactory progress

        10.(1) To make satisfactory progress a student must pass units to a point value greater than half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

        (2) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the CARS module or the ISE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress.

        (3) A student who fails a unit twice is not permitted to enrol again in that unit unless the relevant board approves otherwise.

        (4) A student must maintain a minimum WAM of 65 in order to be assigned a progress status of 'Good Standing'. WAM will be calculated at the end of each academic year. A student who does not meet this requirement will be assigned a progress status of 'On Probation'.

        Progress status

        11.(1) A student who makes satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

        (2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances —

        (a) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the first time under Rule 10(1) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation';

        (b) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the second time under Rule 10(1) is assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

        (c) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the third time under Rule 10(1) is assigned a progress status of 'Excluded';

        (d) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 10(2) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to make satisfactory progress under Rule 10(1).

        (2) A student who has been 'on Probation' for one year under rule 10(4) and does not meet the minimum WAM requirement will not be permitted to continue in the course and will be offered a transfer into the Bachelor of Science.

        Deferrals

        12. Applicants awarded admission to the course are entitled to a deferral of up to 12 months, as per the University Policy on: Admissions (Coursework).


      • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/ Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) (CB014)
        Title

        1. These rules are the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/ Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) Degree Combined Course Rules.

        Terms Used

        2. The Glossary provides an explanation of the terms used in these rules.

        Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

        3.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

        (2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        Academic Conduct Essentials module

        4.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in an undergraduate degree course of the University for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module), Communication and Research Skills (the CARS module) and Indigenous Studies Essentials (the ISE module) in the teaching period in which they are first enrolled.

        (2) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the CARS module or the ISE module is not required to repeat the relevant module.

        English Language competency requirements

        5. To be considered eligible for consideration for admission to this course an applicant must satisfy the University's English language competence requirement as set out in the University Policy on Admission: Coursework.

        Admission requirements

        6.(1) To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—
        (a) achieved an ATAR of at least 98, or equivalent as recognised by UWA; and meet the additional requirements stated at (2) below

        or

        (b) a direct pathway offer;

        or

        (c) a place in a relevant UWA access program.

        (2) A scaled mark of at least 50% in ATAR Math Methods or equivalent, and a scaled mark of at least 50% in at least two of ATAR Math Specialist or ATAR Physics or ATAR Chemistry or equivalent.

        (3) Students who have not completed all four recommended ATAR subjects as set out in (2) above will need to undertake bridging units in their first year of study which may require them to undertake additional units of study in order to meet course requirements.

        (4) Students who do not meet the entry requirements may apply for admission to the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) or the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) and subsequently apply to transfer into this course subject to meeting the Course Transfer requirements set out in the rules.

        Admission ranking and selection

        7. Where relevant, admission will be awarded to the highest ranked applicants or applicants selected based on the relevant requirements.

        Transfer Requirements

        8.(1) A student enrolled in an undergraduate degree course at UWA may apply to transfer into this combined degree course if they satisfy the following conditions:

        (a) the student has not commenced their final semester of enrolment in their current course;

        and

        (b) the course transfer is undertaken within the two transfer windows in each academic year;

        and

        (c) there are no quotas preventing the student from enrolling in a major or unit in which the student seeks to enrol; and

        (2) the student has completed a minimum of 24 points of study in their current course and achieved a WAM of at least 75

        (3) transfer to the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) is by invitation only. Eligibility according to Rule 8 does not guarantee entry.

        and

        (4) the student applies to transfer at the point of completing 48 points of study. A competitive entry process will apply as places within the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) are strictly limited.

        (5) the student has achieved a mark of at least 50% in: (i) ATAR Math Methods or MATH1721 Mathematics Foundations: Methods; (ii) ATAR Math Specialist or MATH1722 Mathematics Foundations: Specialist; (iii) ATAR Physics or PHYS1030 Physics Bridging Unit and (iv) ATAR Chemistry or CHEM1003 Introductory Chemistry; or equivalent or higher.

        Course structure
        9.(1) The Combined Bachelor's degrees consists of 264 credit points (normally 44 units), comprising:

        (a) no more than 96 credit points (normally 16 units) at Level 1; and

        (b) at least 96 credit points (normally 16 units) completed at Level 2 and Level 3, including at least 36 credit points (normally 6 units) at Level 3; and

        (c) a degree-specific major for the BH011 - Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) chosen from the list below:

        (1) MJD-EAUTO Automation and Robotics Engineering

        (2) MJD-EBMEG Biomedical Engineering

        (3) MJD-ECHEM Chemical Engineering

        (4) MJD-ECIVL Civil Engineering

        (5) MJD-EELEC Electrical and Electronic Engineering

        (6) MJD-EENVE Environmental Engineering

        (7) MJD-EMECH Mechanical Engineering

        (8) MJD-EMINE Mining Engineering

        (9) MJD-ESOFT Software Engineering

        (d) a degree-specific major fulfilling the requirements of the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours), excluding majors listed in 9(c).

        and

        (e) any relevant foundation units; and

        (f) any Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) core units; and

        (g) 24 points of an Honours project associated with the major chosen at Rule 9(d) above; and

        (h) 12 points of level 4 coursework units associated with the major chosen at Rule 9(d) above.

        and

        (2) Students are not able to take additional majors or minors in this course.

        (3) Students must complete at least 96 points within the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) component of this course.

        (4) Students may complete up to an additional 48 points in this course for the purpose of:

        (a) Completing bridging requirements;

        or

        (b) Completing the requirements of a major;

        or

        (c) Completing the requirements of Honours;

        or

        (d) Meeting professional membership or accreditation requirements.

        Exit awards

        10.(1) This course has the following exit awards:


        BH011 - Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

        (2)(a) A student who withdraws from the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)/ Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) before completing it, but after completing a minimum of 192 credit points of study, including one of the following majors, may apply to the School to be awarded the BH011 - Bachelor of Engineering (Honours).


        (1) MJD-EAUTO Automation and Robotics Engineering
        (2) MJD-EBMEG Biomedical Engineering
        (3) MJD-ECHEM Chemical Engineering
        (4) MJD-ECIVL Civil Engineering
        (5) MJD-EELEC Electrical and Electronic Engineering
        (6) MJD-EENVE Environmental Engineering
        (7) MJD-EMECH Mechanical Engineering
        (8) MJD-EMINE Mining Engineering
        (9) MJD-ESOFT Software Engineering
        Satisfactory progress

        11.(1) To make satisfactory progress a student must pass units to a point value greater than half the total value of units in which they remain enrolled after the final date for withdrawal without academic penalty.

        (2) A student who has not achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the CARS module or the ISE module when their progress status is assessed will not have made satisfactory progress.

        (3) A student who fails a unit twice is not permitted to enrol again in that unit unless the relevant board approves otherwise.

        (4) A student who does not maintain a minimum WAM of 75 in this course will not have made satisfactory progress.

        Progress status

        12.(1) A student who makes satisfactory progress is assigned the status of 'Good Standing'.

        (2) Unless the relevant board determines otherwise because of exceptional circumstances —

        (a) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the first time under Rule 11(1) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation';

        (b) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the second time under Rule 11(1) is assigned a progress status of 'Suspended';

        (c) a student who does not make satisfactory progress for the third time under Rule 11(1) is assigned a progress status of 'Excluded';

        (d) a student who does not make satisfactory progress under Rule 11(2) is assigned a progress status of 'On Probation' unless they have been assigned a progress status of 'Suspended' or 'Excluded' for failure to make satisfactory progress under Rule 11(1).

        (3) A student who has a weighted average mark below 75 in their first academic year but who, in the opinion of the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) Selection Group of the Curriculum Committee, has a reasonable prospect of attaining a cumulative weighted average mark of 75 by the time their progress is next assessed, is assigned the progress status of ‘On Probation' and appropriate conditions are applied to allow close monitoring of the student's progress in the next period with a view to course transfer if appropriate.

        (4) To be awarded the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) a student must achieve an Honours classification of 2A or above.

        (5) A student who is awarded an Honours classification below 2A is awarded the degree to which their degree-specific major belongs with the relevant classification of Honours.

        Deferrals

        13. Applicants awarded admission to the course are entitled to a deferral of up to 12 months, as per the University Policy on: Admissions (Coursework).


        Additional rules
        Professional practicum

        14.(1) Students are required to complete at least 450 hours of suitable practical experience as approved by the School.

        (2) With the support of the School, students are expected to make their own arrangements for practical experience.

        (3) The School may, on written application by a student and on production of satisfactory evidence, accept work completed by the student prior to acceptance into the course as fulfilling the requirements of (1).

        (4) Students must submit an online portfolio (GENG5010 Professional Engineering Portfolio) at the end of their final semester of study in the Bachelor of Engineering. The portfolio must refer to the practicum work completed under (1) and/or (3) above and demonstrate the student's attainment of the sixteen elements of competency outlined in the Engineers Australia Stage 1 Competency Standard for Professional Engineer. Students may also refer to coursework activities in their portfolio. Certificates of Work Performed and other evidence must be included.

        (5) Students normally enrol in GENG5010 Professional Engineering Portfolio in their final semester of study. They may, however, contribute material to their portfolio at any time during their studies

      • Associate Degree in Applied Technologies (AU001)
        Title

        1. These rules are the Associate Degree in Applied Technologies Course Rules.

        Terms Used

        2. The Glossary provides an explanation of the terms used in these rules.

        Applicability of the Student Rules, policies and procedures

        3.(1) The Student Rules apply to students in this course.

        (2) The policy, policy statements and guidance documents and student procedures apply, except as otherwise indicated in the rules for this course.

        Academic Conduct Essentials, Communication and Research Skills And Indigenous Studies Essentials module

        4.(1) Except as stated in (2), a student who enrols in an undergraduate degree course of the University for the first time irrespective of whether they have previously been enrolled in another course of the University, must undertake the Academic Conduct Essentials module (the ACE module), Communication and Research Skills (the CARS module) and Indigenous Studies Essentials (the ISE module) in the teaching period in which they are first enrolled.

        (2) A student must successfully complete the ACE module within the first teaching period of their enrolment. Failure to complete the module within this timeframe will result in the student's unit results from this teaching period being withheld. These results will continue to be withheld until students avail themselves of a subsequent opportunity to achieve a passing grade in the ACE module. In the event that students complete units in subsequent teaching periods without completing the ACE module, these results will similarly be withheld. Students will not be permitted to submit late review or appeal applications regarding results which have been withheld for this reason and which they were unable to access in the normally permitted review period.

        (3) A student who has previously achieved a result of Ungraded Pass (UP) for the CARS module or the ISE module is not required to repeat the relevant module.

        English Language competency requirements

        5. To be considered eligible for consideration for admission to this course an applicant must satisfy the University's English language competence requirement as set out in the University Policy on Admission: Coursework.

        Admission requirements

        6.(1) To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—

        (1) To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have—

        (a) completion of a TAFE Diploma in a relevant field;

        or

        (b) at least 5 years of relevant work experience undertaken in an English-language environment (including manufacturing or mechatronic technician, service technician, system architect or technician, data analyst, or a similar field across the manufacturing or service sectors);

        (2) Interview with the Program Chair

        Admission ranking and selection

        7. Where relevant, admission will be awarded to the highest ranked applicants or applicants selected based on the relevant requirements.

        Course structure

        8.(1) An Associate Degree course consists of 48 credit points (normally 8 units).

        Satisfactory progress

        Progress status

        Deferrals

        12. Applicants awarded admission to the course are entitled to a deferral of up to 12 months, as per the University Policy on: Admissions (Coursework).


        Additional rules
        Recognition of Prior Learning

        11. Students who have completed a Diploma of Applied Technologies from South Metropolitan TAFE, will get an RPL for the following units: MATH1720 Mathematics Fundamentals; GENG1203 Prepare Mechanical Models for Computer-Aided Engineering; and GENG1204 Develop, Enter and Verify Discrete Control Programs for Programmable Controllers.